Gepard, by Carl Schulze, subtitled 'The Gepard Self-Propelled Anti Aircraft Gun in German Service'

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Gepard, by Carl Schulze, subtitled 'The Gepard Self-Propelled Anti Aircraft Gun in German Service'
Subtitled 'The Gepard Self-Propelled Anti Aircraft Gun in German Service'

Published by Tankograd in 2018, 64 pages. Large A4 size softback, with dual English/German text (N7165)

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From the rear side cover: The Flugabwehrkanonenpanzer 1 Gepard self-propelled anti aircraft gun is an autonomous, highly mobile, all-weather air defence weapon system. Fitted with two 35mm automatic cannons, a search radar and a tracking radar, the vehicle can engage fixed-wing and rotary-winged aircraft at short and very short ranges, including suddenly appearing targets. In service from 1976 to 2010, the vehicle was fielded by the German Army Air Defence Force in the following variants: Flugabwehrkanonenpanzer 1 Gepard (B2), Flugabwehrkanonenpanzer 1 A1 Gepard (B2L) and Flugabwehrkanonenpanzer 1 A2 Gepard. This publication describes the Gepards development history, technology and extensively shows the vehicle in action.
Illustrated throughout with lots of black and white photographs.